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EKWB launches the EK-AIO Elite 360 D-RGB watercooler featuring a push-pull configuration

EKWB is adding a new product to its AIO watercooler portfolio. Following the success of EK’s first AIOs, the company decided to take things up a notch by launching the EK-AIO Elite 360 D-RGB featuring six Vardar fans, mounting them in a push-pull configuration, and a new pump casing design in glossy black Nickel.

The EK-AIO Elite 360 D-RGB’s SPC-style pump has higher RPM to ensure plentiful coolant flow through a dense fin structure. As per EK, “a sizeable pump housing indicates the quality of the pump”, promising a longer lifespan and whisper-quiet operation. The glossy black finish gives a sophisticated look to the pump, while the subtle RGB light effect complements it perfectly.

The six D-RGB Vardar fans included are optimised for high-static pressure, making them a suitable companion for radiators. Featuring 7x “milky-coloured” blades for a unique RGB light dispersion, the D-RGB Vardar fans operate quietly throughout the whole RPM range. Each fan has 9 D-RGB LEDs under the motor hub for even light distribution on the blades.


The EK-AIO Elite 360 D-RGB comes with an EK-Hub included, making the cable management of the whole EK-AIO Elite 360 D-RGB watercooler easier. This hub features 7x addressable RGB headers and 7x PWM headers, allowing users to connect the six fans and the pump to a single connection point.

The 360mm aluminium radiator is 27mm thick and has 12 channels to maximise the cooling efficiency. Given that it’s only 27mm thick, the EK-AIO Elite 360 D-RGB watercooler 360mm radiator can be mounted in most cases. Even if there’s not enough space for a push-pull configuration, users can always mount the three extra fans as intake or exhaust fans.

The EK-AIO Elite 360 D-RGB is available for pre-order now (limited to 200 units), priced at €199.90.

KitGuru says: What do you think of the EK-AIO Elite 360 D-RGB watercooler? Is push/pull fans a selling point for you? 

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